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All kinds of equipment will pop right up; including headphones, audio receivers, powered speakers, you name it.
You’ll see a variety of outdated styles as well as some futuristic-looking devices of all shapes, sizes, colors, and most importantly, prices.
This will forever be too much information to sufficiently sift through and absorb, so let’s go over a few things you need to look for when going wireless with your music.
Maybe right now you’re strictly in the market for wireless audio and nothing else. But one day you’ll find yourself wanting to listen to music or watch movies on a device that has no Bluetooth audio output, and then what?
It’s always best to have options when it comes to music inputs; wireless, RCA, mini-jack, USB, optical, etc. There are a few quality Bluetooth systems out there that will offer one or two analog inputs, but for the most part, a Bluetooth system is going to be a one-trick-pony with minimal inputs.
To address this, Audioengine’s many music systems not only come in different designs but are equipped with multiple audio inputs. These input options vary from model to model, but you will always have the luxury of connecting additional devices via a traditional analog input. Whether you just need the Audioengine B2 Wireless Speaker for a convenient bedroom speaker or the HD6 Wireless Speakers for the most coveted home theater setup in the whole neighborhood, Audioengine makes connecting multiple devices simple and convenient.
While this one may seem like a given, it’s actually a pretty difficult thing to achieve when it comes to Bluetooth.
Let’s go over some of the features that give Audioengine Speakers their unmatched sound quality, and break down the vocabulary terms as we go.
Audioengine also uses Bluetooth aptX and aptX-HD “codecs”, both of which are enhanced Bluetooth codec with superior sound. AptX and AptX-HD are the latest and greatest things in Bluetooth audio — basically, the technology has advanced to the point where wireless audio sounds just as good (or maybe even a little better) than using wires. Audioengine designers have also added some additional magic with 24-bit converters in the signal path for a warmer and more finished sound.
The problem is, most music systems haven’t implemented this feature yet, so just about anything you come across (other than Audioengine) won’t give you the option to experience this milestone in Bluetooth technology.
Last on this topic, is the wireless range. To be broad, Bluetooth range usually isn’t all that great.
With that in mind, it’s best to remember that you are not only paying for wireless Bluetooth technology, but you are also paying for the speakers or headphones themselves. So if a buy one get one deal on a random brandless pair of $24 Bluetooth speakers sounds too good to be true…well, you get the point.
However, the reason price is a tricky thing to assess is because Bluetooth speakers shouldn’t be $24, but they also shouldn’t be $2,400.
Audioengine has, in fact, done the research and created a number of efficient, top-shelf speakers with cutting-edge Bluetooth integration.
Browse our unique line of Bluetooth Speakers today to find what best suits your needs.
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